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Hausland Group: A year of success, enduring achievements

The Hausland Group had a fruitful year in 2023. Through its business units and affiliates, it continues to be the premiere community builder in Central Luzon.

With its twin focus on corporate social responsibility and delivering quality and accessible housing, the Hausland Group pushes forward with its unique role in transforming land to provide a positive impact in people’s lives.

The Hauslands, a distinguished brand under the Hausland Group, celebrates significant growth and recognition by esteemed financial institutions like BDO and RCBC. Recognized as a top developer, the company emphasizes its commitment to excellence and innovation in mid-cost housing.

Sales and Marketing Manager Katrina Gail Hipol highlights recent achievements, including the successful launch of three projects in Subic, Bataan, and Mabalacat in Q4 2022.

The turnover of the first batch of homeowners in Subic and ongoing construction showcase The Hauslands’ dedication. With plans for three more projects in Tarlac and Pampanga in 2024, The Hauslands continues to lead in providing affordable, quality living spaces for the middle class.

Meanwhile, Fiesta Communities Incorporated (FCI) continues to be recognized for the Hausland Group’s passion for excellence. FCI was awarded as one of the Best Developers nationwide by the Pag-IBIG Fund. The Chamber of Real Estate and Builders’ Associations also recognized FCI as one of the “Best Developers of the Decade” through its efforts in economic housing.

“This year, we are motivated to open 2024 with a renewed spirit after bringing home such prestigious awards; these are more than just recognitions, they are the fuel for our burning passion for excellence in bringing homeownership closer to every Juan” remarked by Karen Gail Camus, Marketing Manager of FCI.

The Hausland Group continues its strides towards the year 2024 with developments across Central Luzon. These developments will not only provide housing for thousands of Filipinos but will also progress the development of the region as a whole.